Host Derek Coward returns to talk about a new podcast he is subscribed to and his big problem with it.
“Yes, sometimes I feel discouraged and feel my work’s in vain.” Martin Luther King Jr.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about spending time with his son watching professional wrestling.
Yes, I know about the chipmunking. No, I don’t know what is causing it or how to fix it. By the way, the song is Heart Cries Out by Joe Tripp and The Hops.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about picking up medicine, not being a desired TV watcher, a cheerleader called Sperm Breath, and two lovely and talented people he knows.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about feeling sick and talentless.
It has been said that listening to someone else talk about their dreams is boring. That said, host Derek Coward talks about two dreams he had last night, so you may want to skip this one.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about his experience with the Dog Days of Podcasting challenge for 2014 and bloviates on the beauty of podcasting. Seriously, that’s a word, look it up.
Host Derek Coward returns to talk about something, but since he doesn’t have a question for today, there’s no telling what will be said.
Cross-posted from Pro Wrestling Noise: Former Host Derek Coward briefly returns as part of the Dog Days of Podcasting challenge to answer the seemingly simple question “Who is your favorite wrestler to appear in the NWA in the 80s?”, but things aren’t always that simple, because he also decides to talk about his favorite WWE World Champion since 2000.